Investigation of teacher opinions on measurement tools used to evaluate listening/monitoring skills
In this study, the answer is searched for whether secondary school Turkish lessons about the measurement tools used in assessing listening ability are consistent with the objectives and achievements of Primary School Turkish Teaching Program with the opinions of teachers. Assessment is one of the dimensions of Turkish teaching program. Measuring is the process of determining the degree of having a certain feature. Assessment is the process of reaching a value judgment by comparing the measurement results to a criterion or criterions. The assessment can be categorized according to the time, the goal and the measure used. The purpose of evaluating the teaching process is the evaluation of teaching and the determination of learning deficiencies. In order to evaluate teaching, tests for monitoring, student product files, performance assignments, etc. are used. Check lists, peer assessment form, self-assessment form, observation forms, etc. are used to determine the extent and manner of learning in the process. The method of work is qualitative research; In the scope of the study, eight secondary school teachers were interviewed and their experiences, attitudes, thoughts, intentions, interpretations, mental perceptions and reactions about the measurement instruments they used were revealed. Findings are digitized as much as possible and also supported by a chart. The results obtained with findings were discussed in the context of the literature and suggestions were presented. © The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology.